No Zero Days

I have been wanting to write this article for a couple of weeks but never knew how to write it. I wanted to discuss a new method that should help in reaching those goals. It's called "No Zero Days" and it was started from a Reddit thread way back in 2013. ...

The Wrong Approach To Bug Bounties

Working in a security environment you get used to dealing with threats. One day we get this email forwarded to us by a colleague who received via a secure email address that is reserved for clients. It was the one email. For the purposes of this story, it ...

As The Year Comes To An End

As of this writing the new year is in a couple of days. We made it through a decade of growth, change, obstacles, and triumphs. We have grown and we have learned. Some of you have started families while others have started companies. A lot of you have ent ...

Juice Jacking: Security Threat or Security Hype?

Scenario: You're at the airport and your phone is dying. You have 10% left of battery life. You don't see any outlets but you do see a USB charging station and an open USB port. You connect to it and now your device is infected with malware. You just beca ...

Thank You Email After an Interview

When do you write one? A thank you email is self-explanatory. An email thanking a person, organization, company, etc. for something they did to impact you or your cause.  Now when should you write one? A day after the event happens.  Now the m ...

4 Tips For Working From Home

You just got the job and are working remotely, or working from home, and have joined the 4.7 million employees or 3.4% of the workforce. First off congrats and secondly, read this post. I’ve been working remotely for about 2 years now and as someone who w ...

Password Safety Tips

October is cybersecurity awareness month and what better way to kick things off then to talk about passwords. In this post I will be giving out some password safety tips to help educate on good password etiquette. A good way to think of passwor ...